Michael C. Chiang - Publications

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2013- University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 

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Year Citation  Score
2020 Chiang MC, Nguyen EK, Canto-Bustos M, Papale AE, Oswald AM, Ross SE. Divergent Neural Pathways Emanating from the Lateral Parabrachial Nucleus Mediate Distinct Components of the Pain Response. Neuron. PMID 32289251 DOI: 10.1016/J.Neuron.2020.03.014  0.48
2018 Snyder LM, Chiang MC, Loeza-Alcocer E, Omori Y, Hachisuka J, Sheahan TD, Gale JR, Adelman PC, Sypek EI, Fulton SA, Friedman RL, Wright MC, Duque MG, Lee YS, Hu Z, et al. Kappa Opioid Receptor Distribution and Function in Primary Afferents. Neuron. 99: 1274-1288.e6. PMID 30236284 DOI: 10.1016/J.Neuron.2018.08.044  0.48
2018 Hachisuka J, Omori Y, Chiang MC, Gold MS, Koerber HR, Ross SE. Wind-up in lamina I spinoparabrachial neurons: a role for reverberatory circuits. Pain. PMID 29578943 DOI: 10.1097/J.Pain.0000000000001229  0.48
2018 Hachisuka J, Chiang MC, Ross SE. Itch and neuropathic itch. Pain. PMID 29389746 DOI: 10.1097/J.Pain.0000000000001141  0.48
2017 Yang T, Yang CF, Chizari MD, Maheswaranathan N, Burke KJ, Borius M, Inoue S, Chiang MC, Bender KJ, Ganguli S, Shah NM. Social Control of Hypothalamus-Mediated Male Aggression. Neuron. PMID 28757304 DOI: 10.1016/J.Neuron.2017.06.046  0.56
2015 Chiang MC, Hachisuka J, Todd AJ, Ross SE. Insight into B5-I spinal interneurons and their role in the inhibition of itch and pain. Pain. PMID 26716996 DOI: 10.1097/J.Pain.0000000000000474  0.44
2013 Yang CF, Chiang MC, Gray DC, Prabhakaran M, Alvarado M, Juntti SA, Unger EK, Wells JA, Shah NM. Sexually dimorphic neurons in the ventromedial hypothalamus govern mating in both sexes and aggression in males. Cell. 153: 896-909. PMID 23663785 DOI: 10.1016/J.Cell.2013.04.017  0.56
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